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Indigenous Flora and Fauna Association

IFFA Livestream: Human-wildlife conflict in Victoria with Elodie Camprasse

  • 30 Jul 2020
  • 7:20 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Online


  • This event is free for members and guests

Registration is closed

About the talk

Human activities impact wildlife in increasingly urban environments. Data collected at Emergency Response Services at organisations such as Wildlife Victoria is invaluable to understand human-wildlife conflicts, their causes and their evolution through time and space. Elodie will discuss recent research exploring human-wildlife conflicts in Victoria in the past two decades. 

About Elodie

Elodie completed a PhD with the Centre for Integrative Ecology at Deakin University in 2017 and worked on seabird ecology. She now works as a casual academic at Deakin University, as Project Manager at nature connection charity Remember The Wild, and as Emergency Response Operator at Wildlife Victoria. Elodie is doing research on human-wildlife conflicts and is passionate about finding better ways for humans and wildlife to coexist and hope to pursue this research further though a post-doctoral position.

About the webinar

Like our previous talks, this talk will be delivered online with time for questions and conversation at the end. Please register for the session and you will be emailed a link before the event.


  • 7.20 livestream starts - allowing for the resolution of technical issues
  • 7.30 Elodie to speak about human-wildlife conflict
  • 8.15 Elodie to take questions
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